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Sentiments & aspirations of a 19th century tradesman
Nancy Y. Oliver
|Other titles||Sentiments and aspirations of a 19th century tradesman|
|Statement||Nancy Y. Oliver & Richard G. Kelly.|
|Contributions||Kelly, Richard G.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||316 p. :|
|Number of Pages||316|
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Richard Kelly & Nancy Oliver, authors of "A Mighty Fortress the stories behind the 2nd San Francisco Mint", and "Sentiments & Aspirations of a 19th Century Tradesman" (A biography of Joseph Breck Harmstead)/5(5).
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Public Sentiments demonstrates that, whether published for commercial reasons or for higher moral and aesthetic purposes, the nineteenth-century American novel was conceived of as a public instrument designed to play in a sentimental by: Richard Kelly & Nancy Oliver, authors of "A Mighty Fortress the stories behind the 2nd San Francisco Mint", and "Sentiments & Aspirations of a 19th Century Tradesman" (A biography of Joseph Breck Harmstead).
A Master Storyteller, August 6, By M. Laughlin (Midwest, USA) - See all my reviews. Another book I would recommend to those interested in early mint personnel is "Sentiments and Aspirations of a 19th Century Tradesman" by Nancy Y.
Oliver and Richard C. Kelly. The book goes into great detail on the life of J. Harmstead, the "Mysterious Coiner of the San Francisco Mint." -Editor] Wayne Homren, Editor.
The 19th Century Entailment. Posted on by Regina Jeffers • 70 Comments. As it was for centuries, a man’s status in 19th Sentiments & aspirations of a 19th century tradesman book British Society rested in the land he held. Land was a symbol of wealth and social rank. Therefore, the need to pass one’s “wealth” to future generations increased with the number of acres of Author: Regina Jeffers.
On April 3,the building was re-opened as a United States Mint, and deposits were immediately accepted to be struck into official United States coins San Francisco Branch Mint Coiner James B.
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